This section offers the latest updates on the Photovoltaic Grid Parity Monitor through a series of webinars. Past webinars remain useful, as they offer a historic perspective on the generation costs and their evolution along the time.

This webinar explains the main findings of the 3rd Issue of the PV Grid Parity Monitor, which focuses on the Commercial Sector. Seven different countries will be analyzed: Brazil, Chile, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, and Spain. This webinar goes through the technico-economic assessment of photovoltaic installations in non-residential buildings. Its viability is compared with the costs of electricity from the grid. The methodology for such an exercise will be explained and the conclusions and lessons will be presented.

The GPM utility-scale report analyzes PV competitiveness in wholesale energy markets and provides an outline of the electricity regulation in 8 different countries: Chile, Honduras, Mexico, Morocco, Italy, South Africa, Texas and Turkey.

Like the first edition of the GPM utility-scale, this GPM issue focuses the analysis on the generation parity. As such, the report determines a theoretical tariff which fulfils profitability requirements of investors. This required tariff is compared to local wholesale prices in order to determine if generation parity exists in the country. The methodology for such exercise will be explained and the conclusions and lessons will be presented.

This webinar presents the 8th PV Grid Parity Monitor issue, exclusively focused on the Mexican PV market.

PV competitiveness will be analyzed for three sectors: residential, commercial and utility-scale. The perspective of each analysis is essentially different and, consequently, the data and methodology considered for each segment. These aspects will be discussed during the webinar. The landscape of the PV regulation in the country will also be depicted.

The Photovoltaic Grid Parity Monitor analyses PV competitiveness with retail electricity prices for residential consumers and assesses local regulation for self-consumption of nineteen cities in ten countries (Australia, Brazil, Chile, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Spain, UK, USA).

This webinar goes through the technico-economic assessment of photovoltaic installations in non-residential buildings. Its viability is compared with the costs of electricity from the grid. The methodology for such an exercice will be explained and the conclusions and lessons will be presented.

Additionally, an assessment of local regulation in seven countries is made: France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Brazil, Chile and Mexico.

This webinar goes through the technico-economic assessment of photovoltaic installations in non-residential buildings. Its viability is compared with the costs of electricity from the grid. The methodology for such an exercice will be explained and the conclusions and lessons will be presented.

Additionally, an assessment of local regulation in seven countries is made: France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Brazil, Chile and Mexico.